John Locke was a philosopher during the Age of Enlightenment. His ideals that all men have the right to life liberty, and property inspired Thomas Jefferson as he was authoring the Declaration of Independence.
Asked in French and Indian War
What does John Locke have to do with the French and Indian War?
Why was John Locke important to the French and Indian War
What did John Locke believe was the purpose for government?
John Locke put forth the idea that the most important role of government was to provide for the common good of its citizens. ...
John Locke and John Stuart Mill are important philosophers for which of the following ideologies?
Liberalism. Locke starts with the theory of natural rights while Mill starts with utilitarianism. ...
Asked in Founding Fathers
What two important ideas of john locke are reflected in the Constitution-?
The two important ideas of John Locke that are reflected in the Constitution are that people have natural rights to life, liberty and the property and the government is an agreement between ruler and the ruled. ...
Did John Locke fight in the Revolutionary War?
Yes, but not the John Locke that was from England. The John Locke that fought in the Revolutionary War was the son of Col. Frances Locke from North Carolina. This John Locke (1755-1841) was a Major in the North Carolina forces and was married to Margaret Locke. ...
Asked in Similarities Between
Why were John Locke Baron de Montesquieu and Jacques Rousseau important?
they were political philosophers
Asked in Age of Enlightenment
Why is John Locke considered an enlightenment thinker?
How was John Locke an enlightenment thinker?
Asked in History, Politics & Society
How did John Locke reconcile his philosophy with slavery?
John Locke thought it was booty.
The notion that all men should have equal oppurtunities in life originally came from which person?
either its Abraham Lincoln or john Locke... john Locke said something about equal something so i gues its John Locke _________________________ John Locke [NovaNet] ...